Mitigating Factors versus Aggravating Factors
Bradley Guthrie, successful D.U.I. defense attorney gives details about the difference in a case when it is facing mitigating factors versus aggravating factors.
Harrodsburg, KY: Bradley Guthrie, successful D.U.I defense attorney recently published on his website (www.duilawyerky.com) about the difference in mitigating factors and aggravating factors and why it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side when facing either situation. He says “If you are arrested and convicted for the offense a judge will apply a set of maximum and minimum set sentencing guidelines. There could be mitigating factors and aggravating factors that will be weighed by judges and prosecutors.”
About Bradley Guthrie:
Attorney, Bradley S. Guthrie, Esq., has over twenty-three years of experience in legal practice, including numerous criminal and civil jury trials. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Association of Premier DUI Attorneys and a General Member of the National College of DUI Defense.
In addition to his extensive court experience, he continually pursues additional instruction specific to DWI cases. Doing so keeps him up-to-date on changes in the law and defenses as they relate to DUI-DWI cases.
He is a member of National College of DUI Defense and American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys.